Hotel des Negociants
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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Our day started on the move, we have been travelling overnight going through locks heading south along the Rhone. By breakfast time we were docked alongside at a very small place called Tounon. There was a short walking tour organised for 0830, the guide collected us and we had a look around. Tournon is a pretty little place quite small and luckily we arrived on market day and the stalls about fifty of ...
We arrived in Tournon after a night time cruise. Another quaint little town! We boarded a steam train for a trip up a mountain ( big hill really!)' , interesting guide talking about how they kept the German soldiers at bay up there, saw the train engine turn around, then headed back down the tracks.
we did a lovely walk around the town, only one Main Street before climbing to the terrace of the Chateau de Tournon for a lovely aperitif on the ...
... rocks! There was a big cycle race on in the area this weekend, so lots of cyclists on site.did keep us awake unfortunately but Dave had some good rides in the area.
The Rhone river is lovely with large boats along it.
Everyone enjoyed the City of Chocolate! ...
... an even bigger room, then another hallway, it went on and on and on and we only went to one section! We saw the painting of David and Goliath, the Venus de Milo Sculpture and of course we fought through the crowd to take a couple pictures with the Mona Lisa. It's a lot smaller than I thought it was going to be, and looked just like the pictures on the Internet.. Haha. After being lost while trying to get out, we got on a metro to go to the ...
A relaxing morning on board- still in Avignon because the boat still can't move with passengers on board. A brisk walk along the river path - about time! After lunch a bus ride to the delightful medieval village of Viviers where we spent a few hours visiting the tiny streets and old buildings with a great commentary from a delightful guide. The old streets are still intact and about 80% of them still inhabited. We saw the 13-14 ...